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This is a Journal containing a series of related articles i have written based on research i have conducted over the past 5 or so years, for a book i have been writing about the meaning of the prophets (saws) instruction to "worship Allah as if we see him". Because this means in our lives rather than the five prayers, to worship Allah here means to know him and to know him we need to have knowledge of him, to use the story of the prophet Khidr (as) as an example, in answering this, the Journal will cover in essence what it was Al Khidr tried to teach the Prophet Musa (as) using what we know from science today about human physiology and how it gains knowledge, and ultimately How do we worship Allah as if we see him.

This is the fourth Issue of the Journal, which is written sequentially, with more to follow covering a wide range of related topics in a much deeper scope, from the history of Islamic civilisation and how it developed as a result of it’s practices to the prophets understanding of Space and the Universe and how Allah used them as an example to teach man about his self and what he is made from.

Table Of Contents

1) Man Is Always In A State Of Loss In The Universe

2) Ablution (Wudu) Is Worth Half Of Our Iman (Faith) and It’s Affects On The Unseen (Subatomic) World

3) The Role Of Wudu (Ablution) In Being Happy

4) The Spiritual Impact Of Perfecting The Self And The Importance of Spiritual Training

5) Allah Himself Is The One Who Categorised The Nafs (Self)

6) The Acupuncture Of Asia The Lataif Of Islam and Their Origin

Related Material

1) 1001 Years Of Missing Islamic Martial Arts

2) Tariqah’s Existed Among The First Generations Of Muslims (Salaf)Imam 

3) Ibn Kathir and Sufism

4) The Debate Between Ibn Ata Allah and Ibn Taymiyah On Tasawwuf

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The Islamic Journal begins with a historical background of Islamic society and how it developed and then went on to develop the rest of the world, Islamic society didn't simply advance scientifically excelling above other societies it gave the world the social, legal and moral tools needed to create the modern world. The Journal then covers the topics relating to the Islamic science of Tassawwuf at the heart of everything Islamic. It came about as a result of a book I was writing called “The Knowledge Behind The Terminology and Concepts in Tassawwuf and It’s Origin”, the title is as descriptive as possible because the book was written in the same style as classical islamic texts, a single document without any chapter’s, as they were a later invention which hindered the flow of the book.


The Journal, which is written sequentially, covers a wide range of related topics in a much deeper scope, from the history of Islamic civilisation and how it developed as a result of it’s practices to the prophets understanding of Space and the Universe and how Allah used them as an example to teach man about his self.

Table Of Contents 

1) Scientific Discoveries Are The Signs Of Allah and What It Means To Read Them

2) The Prophet (saws) Knowledge Of The Universe The Miracle Allah Gave 

3) The Prophet (saws) Was Science The End Of The Old World Of Oracles and The Begining Of The Scientific Age 

4) The Foundations Of Islamic Society Are Laid Down and the World Is Changed Forver. 

5) The Objectives Of The Qruan and Sunnah Are Codified Into Law

Related Material

1) The Objectives Of Shariah 

2) Imam Al Shatibi 

3) The Maqasid Model  

4) The Question Of  The Ship and Torture 

5) Founding Fathers of America and The Enlightenment Adopt The Maqasid Of Shariah


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The world will soon see change, this book discusses those changes and covers the end of America, the end of the Arabs, the rise of Europe and the Mahdi's Army who will face them. It outlines this future from both the Islamic and Christian religions and shows how they point towards the same future. 

Many of Islams major scholars have written works on the Signs of the Hour, in which they have arranged the narrations (ahadith) in the chronological order they understood the events would occur in.

The Prophet (saws) said: “The signs shall appear one after the other like the beads on a string follow one another (when the string is cut).”

The Signs began to appear in our lifetime and have been following each other one by one, this is clear by the acceptance of most scholars that the minor signs of the hour have all been fulfilled and we are about to witness it’s first major sign.

Syria has been mentioned by the prophet (saws) in relation to events that will mark the nearness of the hour. This Book, now in it's 2nd edition and largely expanded, looks at these narration’s and identifies the events the prophet (saws) spoke about, chronologically arranging them to give us the timeline the prophet (saws) intended us to have;

Abu Zaid Al-Ansaaree (ra) said, “The Prophet led us in the morning prayer, after which he climbed the pulpit and addressed us until Dhuhr (noon). He descended, prayed 'Asr (the late afternoon prayer), and then climbed the pulpit again, speaking to us until the setting of the sun. He spoke to us about what was and what will be; he informed us (thereof) and made us memorize (that information).” (Ahmad) 

Hudhayfah (ra) said: "The Prophet stood up one day to speak to us, and told us everything that was going to happen until the Hour, and left nothing unsaid. Some of the listeners learnt it by heart, and some forgot it; these friends of mine learnt it. I do not remember it completely, but sometimes it springs to mind, just as one might remember and recognize the face of a man whom one had forgotten, when one sees him." (Abu Dawud, Muslim) 

This Book is an entirely new work, dealing with the subject matter from a modern context. Previous works regarding the signs of the Hour have been simple translations of Imam Ibn Kathir's book's with out much being done to update his chronology that is now hundreds of years old and to identify the events he mentioned.

This Book takes the accounts of the prophet and identifies them giving an entirely more accurate chronology than was previously possible, from this effort the clearest picture yet emerges of the state of the world and its future, which we have corroborated with multiple sources all essentially saying the same thing.

No. Pgs: 418 A4, Approx.


Table Of Contents:

1 The Hour Has Cast It’s Shadow

2 From The Prophet’s Time To Ours

3 Signs Of The Hour

4 Syria The Land Of Mercy

5 A Time Frame Between The War In Syria and The Mahdi (r.a)

6 The Era Of The Duhaima (Sep 11th) The Worst Fitnah Before The Dajjaal

7  Ahadith On The Sanctions Of Iraq and The Sanctions To Be Placed On Syria and Then Egypt

8 The Rule Of The Ruwaybidah - The Corruptors Of Society

9 The Khawarij: The Name Of The Most Evil People In Our Time

10 The Events Leading Up To The Emergence Of Imam Mahdi

11 America In Previous Scriptures

12 America The Beginning Of The End

13 The End Of America

14 The People Of The Maghreb and The People Of The East

15 Imam Mahdi and The Great War Armageddon

16 The Dajjaal His Followers and His Place Of Emergence

17 The Trial Of The Dajjaal (Anti Christ)


Research Notes and Related Material


1 Human Physiology and It’s Relationship To Baraka

2 What Is The Unseen World and Where Is It: Explaining The Technical Terminology Of The Scholars

3 The Jewish Origins Of The Pashtun and Surrounding Areas

4 Ahadith Not Chronologically Arranged In This Work

5 The 30 Dajjaal’s

6 Nu’aym Ibn Hammad (ra)

7 Methodology: Chronological Order Of Ahadith

8 The Book Of Revelations Continued

9 The End of America Continued

10 The Dream Of the Prophet Daniel: The Ottomans, The British and America

11 Daniel Interprets The Dream Of Nebuchadnezzar

12 Timeline: Modern Islamic History

13 Divide and Conquer: Heretical Separatists In Islamic lands

14 Nationalism Is Created In Egypt

15 The Islamist Call To Westernize The Wests Call To Islamise

16 The Maqasid (Objectives) Of Shariah: A Closer Look

17 Media Snippets

18 Dua

Everything is created from something even our thoughts, and all things in the world are created from subatomic particles, this is the universe. Allah says in the Quran the universe is "light upon light" (24:35), meaning from our perspective light within light or in scientific terms particles within particles, even our consciousness is made of subatomic particles. The large electromagnetic field (light) our body creates is the inward light the prophet (saws) spoke of in the famous prayer of light, at a deeper level than this humans have another light in their heart the prophet (saws) called the light of the believers 'uns', which is the light of their tawheed (belief), this is the most inward light (electromagnetic field) of the human being and it resides in the heart, when Allah wants to show someone something He enlightens that light so they can see by the light He gives them, exactly as our eyes need light to see the world, this light guides our consciousness.

The Book explains what the unseen world is, what the light of Allah is mentioned in the verse of light (24:35) and how man through his physiology is connected to the subatomic world and from it his spiritual side is created. The verse of light explains how the Atom comes into existence, in the verse Allah explains how He guides man through the subatomic Universe using all the particles, forces, and fields around us, this is because physiologically it is through the subatomic universe that our heart sees and senses, and this is the Ghayb (unseen) Allah often mentions in the Quran.

Allah in the Quran mentions multiple scientific themes one after the other to draw the bigger picture of life. The Hidden meanings in the Quran relate to the scientific themes He is mentioning in each verse and how those topics then relate to each other to create a larger picture. The book goes through these themes to show the deeper side of Allah's words...“In time We shall make them fully understand Our messages”…(41:53)

The universe Allah spoke about in the Quran is the same universe science is discovering today, no one knows it better than Him, hence He is the one who can make the promise (41:53) to show it to mankind, but only those with understanding of science can see the picture of the universe from the sum of it's parts, “And we strike these similitudes for the people, but no one understands them except those who know.” (29:42).

“Allah is He, Who is the only God, the knower of the Unseen and the Observed.”(59:22) it should not be a surprise that what was termed the Unseen (Ghayb) in the old world is the subatomic world, all those extremely small particles that exist in space.

So when Allah makes a promise in the Quran that “In time We shall make them fully understand Our messages [through what they perceive] in the utmost horizons [of the universe] and within themselves (their own bodies), so that it will become clear unto them that this [revelation] is indeed the truth.”[Qur'an 41:53], it means just that, in this promise Allah establishes a relationship between the Laws of the Universe and the matter man is created from, eventually it would be possible for man to understand everything about the Universe by understanding the Atoms He is created from, and we are now living at the end of time when Allah said He would unravel the mysteries of the Universe for us. The prophet (saws) who was given the understanding of every verse, having been shown them earlier and we are discovering them now.


Table Of Contents:

1) How The Human Body Learns and The Downward Spiral Of Western Medicine Over The Past 100 Years

2) Human Physiology and It’s Relationship To Baraka

3) What Is the Unseen World and Where Is It: Explaining The Technical Terminology Of The Scholars

4) The Universe and Man In The Quran

5) How Is Allah The Light Of The Heavens and The Earth 

6) The Depth Of The Heart Is The Depth Of The Subatomic Universe and It Ends With The Arsh Of Allah

7) Related Material

When the question is asked what are Islam’s contributions to civilization, often the focus is on scientific development, to the ancient world this is by far the most misleading standard for advancement and development. While Islam was certainly the most advanced civilization of the ancient world it’s social and moral development is what set it apart from the rest of the world.


Social and moral development in the ancient world had a far more significant impact on a society than scientific development, although still important in many ways, this is because ideology changes how the entire community behaved and lived their lives. Moral development drives social development because it defines the framework for how that society should live and spend it’s time and energy, scientific development historically was a result of both of these because the backdrop in the ancient world for a society that did not develop socially and morally was either living as hunter gatherers or a nomadic life, they either never advanced as a community or degraded after advancement as the moral fabric of that society disappeared, the pyramids could not be built until the Egyptian religion and society demanded it which then directed mans scientific and engineering efforts.


As the world at large moved away from this Islam was instrumental in shaping the development of the entire world as it shared it's scientific discoveries from one end of the empire to the other, it was a trade empire whose borders stretched from west Africa and southern Europe to China, it’s scientific advancements which surpassed the rest of the world where a direct result of changing communities and societies around the world and encouraging them to study nature and the world, this global effort would later spread around the world from Europe to Asia to the Americas.


By only the 9th century for example muslim scientist’s had discovered the world was round and in comparison to Europe, the masses embraced the notion and took it for granted, Ibn Hazm said its proof was “that the Sun is always vertical to a particular spot on Earth”, meaning if you where to follow the sun to where you perceived it to be setting, you would always find it vertical (up in the sky) to that location even though from your original location it may appear to be setting, that notion dawned on Galileo 500 years later. 


This book looks at what it is in Islam that encouraged this change in so many communities and it discusses the spirituality that shaped so many lives.


Some of these societies where among the most primitive people on earth but in a short period of time they would set up large empires spanning multiple continents, this processes was seen numerous times in Islam’s history in different regions of the earth by communities of different backgrounds. 


From the Arab Ummayids who first invaded Europe, to the African Mali Empire whose most famous ruler was the richest person in History, to the Turkish Ottomans who had one of the largest Empires on earth and one of the longest lasting family dynasties, all had simple beginnings but one thing in common that changed their societies in a short period of time, Islam.

The Prophet (saws) established in a number of narration’s that we should stick to the main body of the Ummah: “My community will not come together on misguidance.”; “A group of my community will continue on truth until the coming of the Hour.”; “Whoever leaves the community or separates himself from it by the length of a span, dies the death of the Jahiliyya (period of kufr prior to Islam).”;”You have to follow the congregation for verily Allah will not make the largest group of Muhammad’s community agree on error.”; “Whoever among you wants to be in the middle of Paradise, let him cling to the congregation.”; “Shaytan is a wolf like the wolf that preys on sheep, taking the isolated and the stray among them; therefore, avoid factionalism and keep to the congregation and the collective and the masjid.”; “Verily Allah has protected my Community from agreeing upon error.”; “Allah’s hand is over the group, and whoever dissents from them departs to hell.”; “Allah’s hand is over the group, follow the largest group, for verily whoever dissents from them departs to hell.” 

Who the Main body is has not changed for the past 1400 years, and that is the Madhhabs (Hanaf, Shafii, Maliki, Hanbali), this work discusses the implications of these Ahadith in our time and presents demographics for the muslim world showing what the muslim world follows along with an assessment of what this means in relation to the signs of the hour.


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The Islamic Journal begins with a historical background of Islamic society and how it developed and then went on to develop the rest of the world, Islamic society didn't simply advance scientifically excelling above other societies it gave the world the social, legal and moral tools needed to create the modern world. The Journal then covers the topics relating to the Islamic science of Tassawwuf at the heart of everything Islamic. It came about as a result of a book I was writing called “The Knowledge Behind The Terminology and Concepts in Tassawwuf and It’s Origin”, the title is as descriptive as possible because the book was written in the same style as classical islamic texts, a single document without any chapter’s, as they were a later invention which hindered the flow of the book.

The Journal, which is written sequentially, covers a wide range of related topics in a much deeper scope, from the history of Islamic civilisation and how it developed as a result of it’s practices to the prophets understanding of Space and the Universe and how Allah used them as an example to teach man about his self.

Table of Contents

1) The Prophet's Mission and The Significance Of Knowledge.

2) Man’s Place In The Universe and How Islam Encouraged People To Think About Creation.

3) Islam's Spread Of Knowledge and The Significance of Purity In History.

4) Social and Scientific Development Under Islamic Rule.

5) Columbus Follows Islamic Travellers Into The New World.

6) The Great Islamic Explorer's.

7) From The Scientific Method To The Prophetic Method.

Related Material

1) The Day of Oaths.


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It is clear from the prophet Muhammad's (saws) own words that He (saws) understood there is knowledge in everything which needs to be studied and discovered before it can be known, today for mankind science fulfils this role.

The Prophet – praise and peace be upon him – said, “Indeed, knowledge has a branch which resembles a hidden thing (it needs to be discovered); no one grasps it except those who know Allah.” Allah in the Quran speaks about all aspects of creation, but much of it was beyond the understanding of the desert Arabs living 1400 years ago, Allah says: “And we strike these similitudes for the people, but none understands them except those who know.” (29:42).

Regarding this the prophet (saws) said, “Indeed, there is an external meaning and an internal meaning to the Qur’an, a scope and a point.” Ali, pointing to his breast, said, “Indeed, herein lies abundant knowledge; would that there were some to (comprehend and) transmit it.” 

It was because not every person was capable of understanding science that the prophet (saws) said, “We prophets were ordered to communicate with everyone according to his ability to understand.” This is because there was a danger in trying to teach people science they would not be able to prove for another 1400 years, so the prophet (saws) warned, “No one has ever recited a prophetic quotation to a people which their minds have failed to grasp without it being a temptation for them.”

Allah said in the Quran "Say (unto them, O Muhammad): Are those who know equal with those who know not? But only men of understanding will pay heed." (39:9)

This work will show how Allah taught science in the Quran through a series of tafsir on various chapters and verses of the Quran all of which ultimately explain how Allah is Haq, the reality of the universe we live with.


Table Of Contents:


Ch.1 - The Prophets Knowledge Of The Quran

Ch.2 - Tafsir Surah al Rahman (55:1-9)

Ch.3 - Tafsir Surah al Shams (91:1-11)

Ch.4 - Tafsir The Verse Of Light (24:35)

Ch.5 - Tafsir Surah al Takwir (81:1-14)

Ch.6 - Tafsir Surah Nun (68:1-2)

Ch.7 - Tafsir Of Small Verses From Al Mulk, Al Aala, Al Hashr, Ta Ha and Al Hadid

Ch.8 - Tafsir Surah al Najm

Ch.9 - Aqeedah: How Is Allah Reality (Haq)

The Islamic Journal begins with a historical background of Islamic society and how it developed and then went on to develop the rest of the world, Islamic society didn't simply advance scientifically excelling above other societies it gave the world the social, legal and moral tools needed to create the modern world. The Journal then covers the topics relating to the Islamic science of Tassawwuf at the heart of everything Islamic. It came about as a result of a book I was writing called “The Knowledge Behind The Terminology and Concepts in Tassawwuf and It’s Origin”, the title is as descriptive as possible because the book was written in the same style as classical islamic texts, a single document without any chapter’s, as they were a later invention which hindered the flow of the book.


The Journal, which is written sequentially, covers a wide range of related topics in a much deeper scope, from the history of Islamic civilisation and how it developed as a result of it’s practices to the prophets understanding of Space and the Universe and how Allah used them as an example to teach man about his self.

Table Of Contents:

1)How The Human Body Learns and The Downward Spiral Of Western Medicine Over The Past 100 Years. 
2)What Is The Difference Between The Lataif, Chinese Meridians, and Buhdist and Hindu Chakras. 
3)The Depth Of The Heart Is The Depth Of The Subatomic Universe and It Ends With The Arsh Of Allah. 
4)The Lataif Of Islam. 
5)The Colors Associated With The Lataif, How Mans Actions Affect The Universe and How The Universe Affects Man. 
6)The Prophets Associated With The Lataif and What They Mean. 
7)How The Celestial Bodies In Space Affect Man On Earth Though His Physiology. 

Related Material


1)The Three Stations Of The Deen, Islam, Iman, Ihsan and It's Nine Degrees. 
2)The Light of the Prophet.  
3)The Life Of The Prophet In His Grave. 
4)The Ahadith Regarding Life On Other Worlds. 
5)The Prophets (saws) Ability To Perceive What Allah Granted Him in Light 
6)The Market Places Of Paradise. 

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The Islamic Journal begins with a historical background of Islamic society and how it developed and then went on to develop the rest of the world, Islamic society didn't simply advance scientifically excelling above other societies it gave the world the social, legal and moral tools needed to create the modern world. The Journal then covers the topics relating to the Islamic science of Tassawwuf at the heart of everything Islamic. It came about as a result of a book I was writing called “The Knowledge Behind The Terminology and Concepts in Tassawwuf and It’s Origin”, the title is as descriptive as possible because the book was written in the same style as classical islamic texts, a single document without any chapter’s, as they were a later invention which hindered the flow of the book.


The Journal, which is written sequentially, covers a wide range of related topics in a much deeper scope, from the history of Islamic civilisation and how it developed as a result of it’s practices to the prophets understanding of Space and the Universe and how Allah used them as an example to teach man about his self.


Table Of Contents


1) The Universe and What It Means That Everything In It Praises and Worships Allah.

2) Allah Created The Universe So Man Can Know Him Because Of The One Who Can Achieve Knowing Him.

3) All Matter In The Universe Is Held Together By Forces Allah Calls His Hold On Creation.

4) The Aim Of Creation Is So That Man Can Know Himself and Allah.

5) For Each Type of Knowledge In Islam A School Was Created and Devoted To Studying It.

6) The Objectives Of Ihsan – Human Perfection.

7) The Islamic Scholars On Tassawwuf Throughout History 

8) Tassawwuf and The World Today.

9) Ihsan and It’s Place In The Quran and Sunnah.


Related Material


1) The End Of The Universe and Events On The Day of Judgment

2) One Of The Trees Of Jannah and Meeting With Allah

3) Muslim Contributions To Science and Art


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